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do not go to they are not aware. is focusing on partners and community-based organizations where people are going whether it is their health center, community center, or school. resources are at their disposal. place to a better reach communities. we have a marketplace widget that you can put on your website so when people go to your website they can click on the website and go to it is more likely they will go to your website in two hours. for them to get the correct information about this opportunity is important, which is why we encourage you to put that on your website. i will second that. not necessarily the it peace. talking about the community organizations out there and accountability. there is so much knowledge out doingamonglgbt and folk the consumer health work. part of the affordable care act itlementation is seeing how is coming together because there is so much that is out there but there is not the connections made between the consumer health advocate in the lgbt advocates. from the perspective of someone who does lgbt heal
and the same old one-size-fits-all bureaucracy. better education. better healthcare. better opportunities. there are americans who still need jobs. families who deserve more take-home pay. students who must have great schools. so many of them support democrats simply because we haven't done a good enough job offering them our alternative. we haven't been in their towns, their cities, their neighborhoods. but we're going to be. the rnc can't do it alone. so i ask my fellow republicans to think about what you can do and commit to building our party together. and to anyone listening online, i want to hear from you. join me in a twitter q-and-a at 1:00 p.m.n eastern. just tweet @reince with the hashtag "opportunity." to those who have left the party, let me say this, we want to earn your trust again. to those who have yet to join us, we welcome you with open arms. there's more that unites us than you know. my job is to make that clear. and that's the purpose of the plans i've announced today. with that, i'm now happy to take questions from all of you here. no hashtag required. >> do you think
who wanted to repay all -- repeal the healthcare law. there were some proposals from republicans and democrats. i thought it was interesting. a republican and a democrat each offered a proposal on women's health issues. this is kind of an opportunity for senators to force their colleagues to go on record. the senate is not usually in session on fridays. what made this week effort? >> the recess is coming up. they have a two-week spring break for congress. it will start whenever they get done with the budget. harry reid is the majority leader. he has been adamant all week that they were going to get through the proposals before the end of the week -- i'm sorry, before they left town. they want to keep the government running through september 30. the leadership had anticipated this because there was a dispute. so here we are friday night and the budget is not done. >> how much support is the budget is allusion expected to get? resolution -- it only needs 51 votes. as of this morning, there were four power up or be election in 2014 in that mr. romney one in 2014. -- wion in 2014. th
as a result of the budget process. we had one of those in 2010. this was part of the health-care debate. since, this is the first then where senators are offering unlimited amendments on a host of subjects that they have been dying to get the votes for over the past several years. >> this is an interesting confluence, because this weekend marks the third anniversary passage of the health care law. a couple of amendments deal with health care. >> we have already seen a couple of health care-related votes. there was a vote on last night's where the senate endorsed the idea of repealing a medical device tax that was part of the health care law. we have seen another failed bid to repeal the law. there will be other amendments, i think, that we are likely to see that will take pieces of the law, implementation timeline, something you will hear a lot today, and observers know, all of the stuff that is non-binding. we're not dealing with an appropriation bill here, so it is not like there is an amendment to find something as part of the debate. it does not have the same force of law as would be one t
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